Bakers Haulover Basin
- Location: Bakers Haulover Inlet
- Mile Marker: Mile 1080
- Lat / Lon: N 25° 54.678' / W 080° 08.046'
- Depth: 8-12 Feet
At high tide you should turn northwest off the ICW, approximately 75 feet north of red daybeacon "œ6A,"A and then slowly head directly toward the large, green, rounded roof of the Florida International University athletic building (approximately 305 degrees magnetic). To pass safely between the 3-foot-deep bar to port and the 4-foot-deep spoil area to the north, use the large-scale inset on side B of Chart 11467. If you encounter depths of less than 8 feet within the first couple of hundred feet, you are beginning to stray out of the channel. Once you pass over the bar (soft mud and sand), you will find good depths of 8 to 12 feet. Inside this virtually undeveloped deepwater basin are serene anchorages protected from all wind directions. The bottom is quite soft (there may be debris in some places); make sure that your anchor is set well. Visiting boaters are not permitted ashore on the University property.